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Shocker In Gloomtown

Part V: Our modern love by Kyle Melton with W.C. Ruffnel As the Dayton indie music scene rolled into the end of the 2000s, numerous changes taking place set the stage for a minor resurgence in its vitality. With the once vibrant Elbo’s club closed and the might Guided By Voices closing shop, the scene […]

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Shocker In Gloomtown

Part IV: Oscillating circuits By Kyle Melton [Editor’s Note: “Shocker in Gloomtown: Part III” is the third installment in a five-part series by the DCP looking at the past, present and future of the Dayton music scene. This series was originally run in the DCP in 2008.] By 2003, the local music scene emerged from […]

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Shocker In Gloomtown

Part III: This flag signals goodbye By Kyle Melton [Editor’s Note: “Shocker in Gloomtown: Part III” is the third installment in a five-part series by the DCP looking at the past, present and future of the Dayton music scene. This series was originally run in the DCP in 2008.] As the Dayton music scene reeled […]

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Debate Forum: 04/15

Forum Center: Should Ohio go green with marijuana legislation? By Alex Culpepper The push for marijuana legalization is active and healthy. […]

Debate Forum: 04/08

Forum Center: Residents claiming violation of First Amendment seek an answer to their prayers By Alex Culpepper Illustration: Joseph Rank The […]

Debate Forum: 04/01

Forum Center: SCOTUS to decide whether corporations are eligible for Heaven and Hell By Alex Culpepper Illustration: ©2013 Rob Rogers. Reprinted with permission […]

Debate Forum: 03/25

Forum Center: Tesla and the retail automobile industry By Alex Culpepper Illustration: Dennis Porter Tesla Motors is a California company that […]

Debate Commentary 03/18

Your computer files might be protected by more than just a password By Alex Culpepper One of the freedoms under […]

Debate Commentary 03/11

Forum Center: If a person objects to a police search but is not home to state it, do the police still […]